Hymns for the Lords Supper: original and selected. (2nd ed.)

Editor: Thaddeus Mason Harris, D. D.
Publisher: Sewell Phelps (Printer), Boston, 1821
Language: English; English
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IThis feast was Jesus' high behestPage Scan
IIWhen, on the midnight of the EastPage Scan
IIIAnd hast thou, Lord, to sinners givenPage Scan
IVBreak ye the bread, and pour the winePage Scan
VThe winds are hushed:--the peaceful moonPage Scan
VIIf it may be, O let this cupPage Scan
VIIO'er Kedron's stream, and Salem's heightPage Scan
VIIIThere's something sweet in scenes of gloomPage Scan
IXHad Jesus left his scatter'd foldPage Scan
XWhen Asia's mighty conqueror diedPage Scan
XIOur Father! we approach thy boardPage Scan
XIIHis hour had come!--and darkness roll'dPage Scan
XIIIArt thou unhappy?--in thy griefPage Scan
XIVOn the dreadful moments rollPage Scan
XVMy God, the mighty work is donePage Scan
XVIThy majesty, O God, appearsPage Scan
XVIIThy mercies, O eternal SirePage Scan
XVIIIYes, to that last commandPage Scan
XIXWe sing thy mercy, God of lovePage Scan
XXO God, accept the sacred hourPage Scan
XXIAmazing love! that stooped so lowPage Scan
XXIIGreat God! the covenant now is sealedPage Scan
XXIIIHow glorious is this holy placePage Scan
XXIVHow sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
XXVFather, we wait to feel thy gracePage Scan
XXVIBehold, O Lord, thy servants allPage Scan
XXVIIHow pleasant the repastPage Scan
XXVIIIJesus, the friend of manPage Scan
XXIXLord, we adore thy boundless gracePage Scan
XXXLord, let thy kingdom come!Page Scan
XXXILord, we thy invitation hearPage Scan
XXXIIO God, to whom the angels raisePage Scan
XXXIIIO hearken to the Spirit's callPage Scan
XXXIVThe King of heaven his table spreadsPage Scan
XXXV"This do in memory of your friend"Page Scan
XXXVIThis supper to partakePage Scan
XXXVIIThus we commemorate the dayPage Scan
XXXVIII"'Tis finished!"-- So the Saviour criedPage Scan
XXXIXTo God, of every good the springPage Scan
XL'Twas on that dark and doleful nightPage Scan
XLIWith warm affection let us viewPage Scan
XLIICome, and before we bid adieuPage Scan
XLIIIYe followers of the Prince of PeacePage Scan
XLIVNow let each happy guestPage Scan
XLVLord, at thy table we attendPage Scan
XLVIO Father, may thy grace descendPage Scan
XLVIITo these provisions of our boardPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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